Rework by Jason Fried & David Heinmeier Hansson
As I have been reading this book I am realizing that this title would be useful to many people. The concepts can transfer to day to day life not just to businesses.
I recently discovered the A&E show “Longmire” and it inspired me to go to the original books. The first in the series is “The Cold Dish” and it finds our hero, Walt Longmire (25 years as Sheriff of Absaroka County Wyoming) clinically depressed and grieving from the death of his wife. He’s not shaving, going to the office or working on his half-finished house. No one can seem to get him out of his misery, not his enigmatic Indian friend Hen
I'm calling this a book comment because I have reviewed S.J. Bolton before, for the book about snakes called Awakening. So this is just a quick note to say I really liked this new book, Dead Scared.
The Ultimate Survival Manual by Rich Johnson
The book will come in very handy to anyone. Included are survival skills in the wilderness, disasters, and urban. The inclusion of urban interested me. I had not realized this would in a survival manual though I know survival skills for urban living.
Janet Evanovich’s popular series about Stephanie Plum, Jersey girl bounty hunter, has millions of fans, including me. So I was dismayed to hear they made a movie of the first book, “One for the Money,” starring Katherine Heigl. I thought she was too pretty and blond to play the redoubtable Plum. However, I watched the movie last night and was delighted. Heigl’s hair is reddish-brown and curly, her accent is Jersey and her chemistry with Jason Mar